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Karen Hancock

Karen Hancock is a Christian science fiction and fantasy author who currently resides in Tucson, Arizona. She was born in Pasadena, California, and earned bachelor's degrees in Biology and Wildlife Biology from the University of Arizona.

In 2003, her novel The Arena earned a Christy Award in the Allegory category.[1] Hancock's next three novels earned Christy Awards in the Allegory/Visionary category.

The Enclave, her most recent work, was released in July 2009 by Bethany House.

Bibliography

  • Arena (2002)

Legends of the Guardian-King

  • Book 1: The Light of Eidon (2003)
  • Book 2: The Shadow Within (2004)
  • Book 3: Shadow over Kiriath (2005)
  • Book 4: Return of the Guardian King (2007)
  • The Enclave (2009)

References

  1. ^ [1], Christian Activities Magazine, September 4, 2003.

External links

  • Karen Hancock's web site
  • Karen Hancock's blog
  • Bethany House author's bio
  • Bethany House Fiction Authors Honored With Four AwardsChristian Activities
  • Christy Awards
  • Karen Hancock at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database


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